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Tinchy Stryder to launch speakers at Westfield Stratford City

10:00 22 October 2012

Tinchy Stryder is launching the latest addition to his audio range in Stratford on Tuesday. Picture:John Phillips for Press Association

Tinchy Stryder is launching the latest addition to his audio range in Stratford on Tuesday. Picture:John Phillips for Press Association

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Grime star Tinchy Stryder is coming to Westfield Stratford City tomorrow to launch the latest gadget in his audio range.

The Number One star, who grew up in Forest Gate, will be greeting fans between 4pm and 6pm in the Currys and PC World store on the lower ground floor of the shopping complex.

Collaborating with tech brand Goji, Tinchy Stryder is introducing his new Bluetooth travel speakers as the newest addition to the Goji Tinchy Stryder: Cloud 9 range that is exclusive to the electronics store.

He said: “I’ve spent a lot of time working closely with the Goji team to make sure that the headphones and speakers all look and sound great and I can’t wait to see the full range hit the shelves.

“It’s an exciting time for both me and the Goji brand and the feedback that we have been getting from the fans so far has been amazing.

“I’m proud of what we’ve achieved and I’m especially glad that the charity I work closely with, vInspired, will benefit from the sales of my on-ear and over-ear headphones.”

vInspired, a charity mobilising young people to volunteer in their local community, will receive £1 from the sale of the first 25,000 packs of headphones sold.

The Number One star, who grew up in Forest Gate, will be greeting fans between 4pm and 6pm in the Currys and PC World store on the lower ground floor of the shopping complex.

Collaborating with tech brand Goji, Tinchy Stryder is introducing his new Bluetooth travel speakers as the newest addition to the Goji Tinchy Stryder: Cloud 9 range that is exclusive to the electronics store.

He said: “I’ve spent a lot of time working closely with the Goji team to make sure that the headphones and speakers all look and sound great and I can’t wait to see the full range hit the shelves.

“It’s an exciting time for both me and the Goji brand and the feedback that we have been getting from the fans so far has been amazing.

“I’m proud of what we’ve achieved and I’m especially glad that the charity I work closely with, vInspired, will benefit from the sales of my on-ear and over-ear headphones.”

vInspired, a charity mobilising young people to volunteer in their local community, will receive £1 from the sale of the first 25,000 packs of headphones sold.

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